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Playlist: Jessica Eden's Portfolio

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Sound Ecology: Klamath Conifers

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

A discussion of the unparalleled conifer biodiversity in the Klamath mountain region. Taking the long view through geologic time, this segment of Sound Ecology addresses the change and transformation that has allowed this unique diversity to thrive.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

Author Michael Kauffman discusses the unparalleled conifer biodiversity in the Klamath mountain region. Taking the long view through geologic time, he addresses the change and transformation that has allowed this unique diversity to thrive.

Sound Ecology: American Dipper

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 01:30

An audio postcard about the American Dipper, highlighting some behavioral and physiological aspects of this ubiquitous songbird along rivers and streams. This segment was written by Naturalist Ken Burton

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

Written by Ornithologist Ken Burton. Biologist Jessie Eden discusses the American Dipper, highlighting some behavioral and physiological aspects of this ubiquitous songbird along rivers and streams.

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Sound Ecology: Apapane

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 01:00

Sound_ecology_logo_small The apapane is a forest bird native to the Hawaiian islands. It is a member of the honeycreeper family and an important pollinator.

Sound Ecology: Phenology

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

An audio postcard exploring seasonal changes and timing of wildlife events, a field called phenology.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

Professor Terry Roelofs discusses the joys of exploring seasonal changes and timing of wildlife events, a field called phenology.  

Sound Ecology: Sea Anemone

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 01:00

The bizarre and wonderful sea anemone. This segment shares sea anemone life history.

Sound_ecology_logo_small The bizarre and wonderful sea anemone. This segment shares sea anemone life history.

Sound Ecology: Manzanitas

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

An audio postcard highlighting the spectacular diversity and adaptability of manzanitas

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.
Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology.

On this segment of Sound Ecology, naturalist Michael Kauffman discusses the spectacular diversity and adaptability of manzanitas.

Sound Ecology: Eelgrass

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

An audio postcard highlighting the importance of eelgrass to ecosystem health.

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.
Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology.

Written by Ornithologist Ken Burton. Biologist Jessie Eden discusses the ecological importance eelgrass beds and their vital role in ecosystem health.

Sound Ecology: Arcata Marsh

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:30

An audio postcard highlighting the city of Arcata's Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary that also functions as an innovative wastewater treatment facility.

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.
Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology.

Sound Ecology: Marine Protected Areas

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

Marine Protected Areas conserve the diversity and abundance of marine life, the habitats they depend on and the integrity of marine ecosystems. California's remarkable MPA system protects the productivity, wildness and beauty of our coast and ocean.

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Marine Protected Areas conserve the diversity and abundance of marine life, the habitats they depend on and the integrity of marine ecosystems. California's remarkable MPA system protects the productivity, wildness and beauty of our coast and ocean. 

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights regional marine conservation.

 

Sound Ecology: Martens and Fishers

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights two small mammalian predators of the Pacific Northwest: the marten and the fisher.

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.
Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology. 

This audio postcard highlighting two small mammalian predators of the Pacific Northwest: the marten and the fisher.

Sound Ecology: Marsh Wren

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights the diverse songs and calls of the marsh wren in northern California. For air during spring and summer.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

This segment highlights the diverse songs and calls of the marsh wren in northern California. For air during spring and summer.

Sound Ecology: Warblers

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 01:58

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights the springtime arrival of orange-crowned and wilson's warblers in northwestern California. For air during spring and summer.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

An audio postcard highlighting the springtime arrival of orange-crowned and wilson's warblers in northwestern California. For air during spring and summer.

Sound Ecology: Allen's Hummingbird

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

An audio postcard highlighting the amazing migration of Allen's Hummingbirds along the pacific flyway. Best aired late winter through spring and summer. Written by Naturalist Ken Burton.

Sound_ecology_logo_small An audio postcard highlighting the amazing migration of Allen's Hummingbirds along the pacific flyway. Best aired late winter through spring and summer. Written by Naturalist Ken Burton.

Sound Ecology: Aleutian Geese

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

This segment of Sound Ecology focuses on the recovery of the once-endangered Aleutian Geese that winter in northern California.

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology.

An audio postcard highlighting the once-endangered Aleutian Cackling Geese.

Sound Ecology: Macrofungi

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:00

Mycologist Terry Henkel discusses the diversity of fungi, loosely called mushrooms, and their importance to ecosystem health and the Klamath bioregion.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

Professor Terry Henkel discusses the diversity of fungi, loosely called mushrooms, and their importance to the Klamath bioregion.

Sound Ecology: Cetaceans

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:30

An audio postcard highlighting the wide variety of whales, porpoises and dolphins that inhabit the waters along northern California and southern Oregon.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Sound Ecology is a series of audio journeys that celebrate and highlight our environment. Topics range from birds, fish and trees to whales, wetlands, bears and wild bees. 

Biologist Jeff Jacobson hosts this segment highlighting the wide variety of whales, porpoises and dolphins that inhabit the waters along northern California and southern Oregon.

Sound Ecology: Coho Salmon

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 02:20

An audio postcard highlighting Coho Salmon - their spawning habitat and behavior and their specialized adaptation for long-term survival.

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Sound Ecology is a feature series highlighting our environment.
Topics range from whales, migratory birds and salmon to biodiversity, native bees and mushroom ecology.

Professor Terry Roelofs shares this audio postcard highlighting Coho Salmon - their spawning habitat and behavior and their specialized adaptation for long-term survival.

Sound Ecology: three-spined stickleback

From Jessica Eden | Part of the Sound Ecology series | 01:30

An Audio postcard highlighting the tiny, beautiful and behaviorally unique three-spined stickleback fish.

Sound_ecology_logo_small Fisheries professor Terry Roelofs brings our attention to the tiny, beautiful and behaviorally unique three-spined stickleback.